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Murdoch: 'Impossible' for Obama 2012 Win

Friday, 05 Nov 2010 11:33 PM

News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch says President Barack Obama will be a one-term president as long as the Republican Party can offer up an appealing alternative. According to the Orlando Sentinel, Murdoch told the Australian Financial Review that Obama “doesn’t rupert,murdoch,barack,obamalisten to anybody” believes the president “will find it impossible to win” re-election in 2012 if there is “any kind of a Republican candidate — a decent Republican governor, say.”

In the interview, Murdoch [pictured] also said.:
  • “There’s a lot of Democrats on Fox News, not just Republicans. Everyone is invited on. Bill O’Reilly gets Hillary Clinton on. He’s disgraceful the way he gives her such an easy ride.” News Corp. is the parent company of Fox News.
  • “There’s a guy on Fox who started on CNN called Glenn Beck. He is a little bit of an actor, he looks in the camera all the time. He’s very genuine, extremely well-read libertarian."
  • "Half hate it [Fox News], half love it. ... Cancel us, you might get your house burnt down.”
  • “The tea party will stiffen the back of the Republican Party."

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